It's that time of the week again! For today's Tiny Tuesday I want to talk about one of the most oppressive cards in Magic history that, by today's standards might be considered kind of weak. If you're into the history of the game, then you might have guessed the card that I'm talking about in this context.
While Lin Sivvi isn't what she used to be, a Commander that can tutor up value is worth exploring. The reason that I like Lin Sivvi is that she provides an easy way to set up life combo. This is another one from the history books, which revolves around creating an infinite toughness creature. There are a couple cards that can make this happen, but the easiest access for a Lin Sivvi deck are in the form of Outrider en-Kor and Task Force. The Outrider and use its ability to target the Task Force any number of times, building an arbitrarily large toughness. The most commonly played way to make use of this was replacing the Task Force with Daru Spiritualist and sacrificing it to Starlit Sanctum. Seeing as Lin Sivvi's color identity won't let us play that land and we'd rather have the rebel than the cleric anyway, we'll be using Miren, the Moaning Well.
Diamond Valley would also fit this role, but not tapping for mana and costing a billion dollars keeps it out of my build.
The combo is just one element of the deck though. The rest of the deck is filled with white's best interactive spells, a bunch of rebels to tutor up, and a couple land tutors to find either Miren to combo or Nykthos, Shrine to Nyx to generate mana and get a ton of rebels into play.
I'm not sure that this deck is as competitive as other lists that I've posted here, but it has a lot of cool elements that I'm sure some of you will appreciate.